Formless Tai-Chi Series specially designed by Chen YingJie | G-SHOCK Watches Singapore

Formless Tai-Chi Series specially designed by Chen YingJie

 
The new Formless Tai Chi models are based on the philosophy of Tai-chi, the overall designs of the watch represent the flow of time, change and concept of the universe. Specially designed by Chen YingJie, a Chinese artist who creates works that incorporate Eastern ink painting and Western street art.


MTG-B1000TJ-1ADR


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Based on the Metal-Twisted G-SHOCK, MT-G, it comes with a band made of resin and a back engraving of a Tai Chi concept design. Along with a special designed packaging to identify it as a special model.

MTG-B1000TJ-1A Backcase
MTG-B1000TJ-1ADR Backcase
MTG-B1000TJ-1A Special Packaging
MTG-B1000TJ-1ADR Special Packaging

GST-B200TJ-1ADR


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Based on the latest Carbon Core Guard G-STEEL, GST-B200 launched last year. The back cover G-STEEL model is engraved with the signature of Chen YingJie and it comes with a special packaging symbolising it as a special model.

GST-B200TJ-1A Backcase
GST-B200TJ-1ADR Backcase
GST-B200TJ-1A Special Packaging
GST-B200TJ-1ADR Special Packaging

About Chen YingJie (Hua Tunan)

Chen YingJie was born in 1991 in Foshan, Guangdong, China. His works incorporate various materials that reflect the relationship between traditional Eastern ink painting and Western street art. Recently, Complex magazine in the U.S. named him one of the “25 Contemporary Chinese Artists You Need to Know.”

 

 

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